Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ellipse:

2 syllables:
check ups,
flare ups,
press ups,
set ups,
tell us,
fill ups,
pull ups,
bare ass,
bless us,
egg cups,
glare ice,
lead us,
met us,
send ups,
set us,
belle chasse,
help us,
sell up,
shelf ice,
smell up,
swell up,
tells us,
well up,
big ups,
chin ups,
cut ups,
fresh ships,
hook ups,
pick ups,
push ups,
run ups,
sell its,
shell less,
shell looks,
sit ups,
smell less,
stick ups,
check pulse,
french chefs,
thread depth,
tread depth,
well loved,
bell is,
build ups,
call ups,
cell is

3 syllables:
compel us,
tunel assay,
della reese,
rosette assay,
stella chess,
compels us,
kellogg peace,
hotel looks,
assess pulse,
began his,
brewton house,
care a toss,
carol heiss,
cecil house,
credit is,
devil is,
devon house,
feral house,
gresham house,
headache is,
heaven is,
heron house,
karen hesse,
lesson is,
level house,
level is,
merit is,
metal is,
reset pulse,
serum assay,
serum is,
session house,
session is,
seven house,
special house,
their huts,
vessel is

4 syllables:
develop his,
develop its,
develop this,
developed his,
developed is,
aggression is,
cigarette butts,
confession is,
depression is,
expresses his,
expression assay,
expression is,
possession is,
profession is,
progression is,
regression is,
succession is

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